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Whooping cranes utilize Nebraska fields during their migration. | Image courtesy Mary Bomberger Brown, SNR
Whooping cranes utilize Nebraska fields during their migration. | Image courtesy Mary Bomberger Brown, SNR

Climate change affecting whooping cranes’ migration patterns

Endangered whooping cranes are migrating earlier in the spring and later in the fall in association with recorded higher average temperatures, according to a newly published study by two researchers with the School of Natural Resources and and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Continue reading…

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Originally published September 27, 2017 - Submit an Item